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Tom Stoppard is the author of more than twenty plays, including, most recently, Rock 'n' Roll. He lives in London.
My favorite play by the best modern playwrite and wordsmith. Have enjoyed performances of Arcadia so it is a delight to actually read the words on the page and visualize the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by ljp
This play is beyond witty and yet moving and challenging. Stoppard is Shakespearean in his ability to interweave themes and literary and scientific references. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Albert Wallace
Very clever, very witty, very intelligent... but a bit too much for me. A showman, a narcissit, with too many qualities. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jorge Arias
Hilarious and really fun. You will be sucked in by the clever word play from the first three lines!Published 1 month ago by BrideShoes45
ARCADIA, which precedes Stoppard's Housman play The Invention of Love, also touches the empyrean: it's love, death and mathematics. Oh, and gardening. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn J. Shea
This entire book is about how humanity is completely unpredictable because of the sex. This would not be a bad concept if any character in the book acted even remotely like a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James